Hi, I gave my x-gf my bank information including my card number and my online banking password (obviously wasn't a wise decision). Anyways, after we separated, she used it to pay her credit card bill (almost $5000) using online banking. When i contacted my bank to stop it, she claimed that I'm that I approved this transaction and that's why she did the transfer!! and she showed them the mail i sent to her with my information long time ago!
Now, shall I hold responsibility for this? what shall i do? please advice me, or tell me how to get my money back if it is possible?
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